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Greater Flagstaff Forests Partnership

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Greater Flagstaff Forests Partnership

119 E. Terrace Ave. Suite F Flagstaff, AZ 86001

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119 E. Terrace Ave. Suite F
Flagstaff
AZ 86001

The Greater Flagstaff Forests Partnership is an alliance of environmental, academic, governmental and business organizations dedicated to researching and demonstrating approaches to forest ecosystem restoration in the ponderosa pine forests surrounding Flagstaff, Arizona. The Partnership’s three primary goals are to: restore natural ecosystem structures, function, and composition of ponderosa pine forests; manage forest fuels to reduce the probability of catastrophic fire; and research, test, develop and demonstrate key ecological, economic and social dimensions of restoration efforts.

Flagstaff Watershed Protection Project (FWPP)

FWPP is a partnership effort between the City of Flagstaff, the State of Arizona and Coconino National Forest to reduce the likelihood of severe wildfire and devastating post-fire flooding in two critical watersheds.

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Harvesting Method Workshop

GFFP will host a workshop in Spring 2016 focused on learning about various methods (thinning, logging, prescribed fire, etc.) utilized to restore forest health and reduce wildfire risk.

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Forest Thinning Cost Share Program

GFFP often has grant funding available to private landowners helping provide partial reimbursement for the cost of forest thinning designed to reduce wildfire risk and restore forest health. Contact us for more information.

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